Nikon – The next generation of car body inspection will require inline and next-to-line CMM to handle complex features on a variety of surfaces, such as reflective bare metal and composites, and integrate seamlessly into the automotive production process.
The webinar describes the capabilities of Nikon’s robot-mounted Laser Radar, delivering accuracy and repeatability in both BIW metrology and flush-and-gap inspections on finished cars.
Using real-world application examples, the presentation demonstrates the non-contact, automated Laser Radar approach overcomes the shortcomings of other optical car body inspection methods.
Tuesday 20th June | CEST 15:30 | 14:30 BST | 9:30 EDT
This webinar was presented by:
Paul Lightowler, Product Manager for the Laser Radar
Paul Lightowler is Nikon Metrology’s product manager for the Laser Radar. With more than 10 years of experience in automotive and large scale metrology, Paul leads a team working with OEMs and integration partners to develop the car body inspection capabilities of the Laser Radar.
Nikon Metrology – part of the Nikon Group – offers an extensive metrology product portfolio, including CMM and laser-scanning solutions complemented with large scale metrology, state-of-the-art vision measuring instruments and microscopes. These innovative measuring and precision solutions respond to the advanced inspection requirements of manufacturers active in consumer, automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical and other industries. Nikon Metrology contributes to a high performance manufacturing process that allows companies to deliver premium quality products in a shorter time.
Information can be requested at: www.nikonmetrology.com